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to respond to its new air defense identification zone over the east china sea. last month chinese defense officials said that all foreign aircraft traveling through the selling must give prior notice and follow orders when facing emergency measures. us vice president joe biden spoke to reporters after meeting chinese leaders choose three students the establishment of new air defense identification zone has to state the obvious cause significant effort into the region aiden also called on china to set up of lines with neighboring countries to avoid unintended consequences foreign ministry spokesperson hallway responded to the poet's about a meeting between biden and chinese president change in playing the previous day regarding china's position on the new air defense identification zone it conforms to international law and practice chinese leaders asked us to respect the security zone and take an objective and fair attitude also said the missing corn outcome was that both sides agreed to strengthen dialogue and cooperation to create a new model of bilateral relations. air defense identific
issues including the recent air defense browse and north korea's nuclear threats during a speech at one of the nation's top universities it is in north korea is believed to be deposed number two man may be hiding out in china in a quest for asylum in south korea on sunday it's the good sense. welcome to primetime years it's friday this ever sit here in korea life and soul mind and tell him thank you for joining us we begin with present at today's meeting with visiting us vice president joe biden at the presidential office that on a date this morning discussions of the current geopolitical tension in northeast asia that success to paint the presidential office correspondence onto to have to detox. even the president acting u s vice president biden stretched all the good hour long protest get told that the kids got to see the variety of issues freedom from the file at all to the global. first and for the mash the two sides be a further strong a lap full of lions. meet the meaning of and to do with who i am doomed. when you meet in the kitchen if you didn't tell i'm a menu to the enemy is
of being killed in a series of attacks on the defense ministry. that's the suicide car bombing then a few minutes late and great comment in which the uniforms and five the complex officials say it doesn't attack has been killed thomson hospital. this mike leigh's is from the yemeni defence ministry in the capital sana. in the morning. state employees the right to walk a car laden with explosives pulled up to the gates of the complex and desolate the mosque destroyed by a second vehicle packed with gunmen armed with assault rifles and grenades who opened fire on the cheap us now. yet we heard the sound of the explosion the whole neighborhoods yet it broke the windows of the houses. everyone was terrified of death the details and soldiers of torchwood been killed many more injured. the defense costs alone will keep michael in the attack as a school to be badly damaged. but yemeni officials say the situation is now under control. most of the gunman by inflating the government forces. at that retreat is gets claimed responsibility. al qaeda's brunch in the country has been blamed for an incre
changes weekly. andrew did it had been canceled and defenses. this bloke beyond deny the evidence of genocide was released in london last week said the global community is concerned with the convictions of people don't often get to the change of government and i found essential. best guess the good. and as iran the contest. i mean i'm a fan of evolution. instead of any natural cause and to be impeded the formal prime minister called the cia was trying to hinder the war crimes trials. so the bottom of the issues and speak in the ict is set to buy prime minister she seemed to investigate abuses during the nineteen seventy one devotional. that means i ask him. and that's that. ss and then the witnesses. different types of glass heaps of different systems. so that people. that task. the bnp and its main ally the jemaah islamiah is accused of fighting alongside the nba the pakistani army in nineteen seventy one and bottle of dish then noticed his pockets time fought for independence from the spot to stop. i'm a five to may two thousand to eighteen set the cost going up coming breeding
/seahawks at the stick. the 49ers defense has to find a way to slow down russell wilson and the high-powered seattle offense. the seahawks second in the nfl, with 28.3 points per game. and it starts with the man under center. >> everybody thinks this guy is a freak quarterback. this guy is just a really good quarterback. he's not just a guy that runs around. he's a passer. and be a competent quarterback. >> he was a really, really tough guy. mentally tough guy. if we're going to beat him, we have to become mentally tough on defense and play each and every as it's our last. >> one more news item, raj. bryan wilson, still a rival of the giants. he did resign with the dodgers, one year. >> it makes for good theater for all of us. we need someone to boo. >> absolutely. fodder. yep. >> thanks. we all have our little tricks. mom swaps one of my snacks for a yoplait. i don't mind, i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week fo
anti-government protests breaking out in ukraine, attack on the defense ministry in yes men, thousands of fast food workers on strike across hundreds of cities in the united states, so we dive right in and read some viewer mail. >> folks, got a big file right here. our first letter tonight comes to us on actual paper. dear stephen, which power is better, flight or invisibility? i am asking for a friend. sincerely, stephen colbert, but not you. that's nice, steven, i recognize my own handwriting. okay, let's settle this one, for once and all, obviously flight and invisibility have big pros and cons. flight, problematic because i am scared of heights, but so is invisibility, because i am scared of people not noticing me. so that's a tie. one point each. now let's talk the economics of the situation. the most recent superman grossed $291 million at the box office but the "lord of the rings" grossed 377 million. clearly, the market says invisibility, not to mention, the invisible hand of the market is invisible. double win for invisibility, two invisible thumbs up. >> now, as long -- [ che
sponsored the patrick leahy law and that prohibits the department of state and defense to provide military aid to foreign military and police forces that engage and violate human rights. and he never stops leading on an issue central to our mission at human rights first and that is refuge protection. and the act he sponsors elimina eliminates them from not having safe places to go. in 2009, he called for the creation of an independent investigation for torture after 9-11. he is a determined pragmatic person and an idealist who is less interested in making statements than change. he is willing and able to work with republicans on human rights and/or other -- and other issues -- he and rubio are trying to get the trafficking victims protection act. patrick leahy is now the longest serving u.s. senate and he is president pro-term of the senate. don't tell him that, because he thinks, and i think all of us in the room know it is true, that he is just getting started. ladies and gentlemen, i hope you will give a warm welcome to our keynote speaker, the honorable patrick leahy. [ applause ] >> t
for the defense and intelligence communities that would seem to be indicated by the kinds of policies congressman rogers would like to see the united states follow? the middle of budget negotiations. it would be great if we can get an agreement by next week. right now, it is up in the air. question, i think when it comes to providing the resources necessary for the defense and intelligence community, there is a bipartisan support for that part of the budget. with respect to other very important parts of our national security budget, we have had less success in convincing our republican colleagues. the other parts of what i think are important to a robust policy which includes other forms of ofistence, development -- assistance, development and economic assistance. other tools of former -- foreign policy. the state department budget is puny in comparison to the defense budget. you get an awful lot of benefit from some of those investments that the state department, in terms of assistance, economic assistance and it is that part of the category of the budget where we have had a lot less success in
minutes. 7 minutes. defense, defense, defense. this is it. this is our destiny. >> ought only did the 1959 rugby world cup produce the nations host title. it was once used as a springbird by then president nelson mandela to try to develop a united post south africa. mandela appreciated the impact sports was capable of and a premier home event held in his homeland was just the vehicle he needed. in 2009, a hollywood production of "invictus" was presented by clint eastwood to inspire change by rugby. >> this is a story about a man who went his own way even though a lot of people advised him against it and were objected to his getting involved with using a sport to kind of bring about reunification and it worked. it workled. it's a wonderful moment in south african history. >> reporter: the movie stars matt damon who plays francois piinaar. freeman believes since that 1995 tournament the nation has gone from strength to strength. >> i think what they learned on that day was that together they could do anything. if they pull together there was nothing they couldn't do. the entire country so ha
generals of the south african defense force escort him up as a guard of honor, i said look what i've lived to see. these owners of the power of the state pledging their allegiance and providing a guard of honor to their new president who happens to be black. a peaceful transfer of power. and then at that very first moment of the inauguration, he started to show what he was going to do with respect to reconciliation by having his jailers in the front row and as he said so often, i will not secretory because because if i did that, my mind would still be in prison. so he's gone physically but his presence will be with us in generations to come. >> you were a national security advisor to a president, charp of the joint chiefs of staff. secretary of state. attending that inauguration nelson mandela in south africa in 1994, where does that rank among the thrills of your career? >> one of the top. i mean i was retired then. i was just a retired gi and i was privileged to be invited by president clinton and haven't gore and then first lady clinton to be part of the delegation and it rated at one o
. >> sorry, it was really not violence, it was defense, he never was violent. >> exactly, but he preached nonviolence strongly and it got to the point where after a mass anger and things that happened, defense, they felt they needed to take up arms to struggle against the white avry carna government that was oppressing people. i didn't mean it in a pejorative way. prison, mellowing him out, do you think nelson mandela that went into prison angry for good reasons, would have been able to have the grace that he had after prison, and when he was able to reconcile with the people who had imprisoned him for so long? >> i think so. i mean, it - i am not one of those who believes that prison was necessary. it was totally unnecessary. i'll say a story, this is in nelson mandela's book himself. when he was young and mill tant, which is what we all are when we are young, he accused my grandfather of being too close to white people. my grandfather said, "nelson mandela, i will fail you in my class if you look at people as black and white." they were talking about this in the "30s and "40s, so he was
back. jennings averages 4.7 yards a carry but the jets have the number one rushing defense in the league so jennings a key component. he suffered a concussion thursday against dallas. he knows there is a league protocol to get back on the field. >> never been not planning to play. again, never in my life ever made that decision. so, you know, i go about business as is. >> before i was born, i didn't create myself. i am a believer. see what god says when it is time to play. >> sharks warmed up for the game in pittsburgh but the six game win streak was countered by a four goal spurt by the penguins. after a scoreless 1st period, pittsburgh rings up four goals in 7 minutes. this power-play goal. all against ante niemi. 5-1 pittsburgh in the 3rd period. >> as we reported tuesday night, the dodgers and brian wilson agrees to a one year contract, $10 million and he doesn't have to shave the beard. >> keeping getting longer. i thought his career was over. remarkable. >> that was his second tommy john surgery surgery. one okay. two a question mark. >> thank you. >>> it has been all
. the hoyas turning up the defense here. the turnover and ran the break. the flush. georgetown with an easy night. they win it 80-45. a lot more excitement in richmond where vcuested eastern kentucky. first half, jevon lewis from the three-point line. and drains it. vcu knots it up at 36-36. final seconds at 66. we are tied. vcu's grant drives, loses the ball, eastern kentucky goinghe other way. the buzzer beater, no good. guess where we're going? a little ot. caution, havoc. rob bradenburg in the corner, rob bradenburg in the corner, nothiyou won't take my life. you won't take our future. aids affects us all. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and their families are part of the fight. and we're winning. at chevron nigeria, we haven't had a reported case in 12 years. aids is strong. aids is strong. but we are stronger. and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ >>> this is the first time bobby the dog and the owner have seen each other for five years. bobby ran away from home near miami in 2008. just yesterday he was pi
? and if there are any ld goals? >> >> the local advocacy community, and in our defense but also including the myriad of non-profit stake holers and it has us complying with volunteering to comply with the city's local hiring ordinance and commit to 25 percent of the arena construction jobs, and for the san francisco residents to provide the on-ramp and getting trained in the force and be able to build this arena. and quite exciting and we also entered into agreements with the current unions that operate over in oricle and to allow for the right of transfer for those workers currently in the local, and also, car check neutralty for the whole arena. we are still working through the lb out reach program and how we will engage with that stake holder community and where we are just starting to get going on that as we speak. >> and definitely, we look forward to hearing more about it. >> look forward to telling you more. thanks. >> i do want to say that i personally would love to see the warriors come back to san francisco and i think that it would be a great opportunity for us and i think that we need to
at the organization that zoo does most of the defense important people being evicted throughout the city we get a lot of clients from people on fixed incomes and social security who can't afford a market rate here in san francisco and often move out of the city and out of the state. it's a tremendous impact on seniors who have been perfect tenants for 20, 30 years and get thrown out. this is extremely important legislation to have the folks stay people want to live and to help them remain sense so, please we urge you to support. thank you >> good afternoon, supervisors. i'm beverly upton i'm usually here as the executive director in the advocate for the rights of survivors of domestic violence survives. i'm here to keep everybody informed that my dear friend jackie and family are going to be ellised out of their flats we've been here 23 years. we've never been late on our rent any repairs have been passed through the rent boards to us. we've paid thousands of dollars of improvements to our building. but on october lovingly we were sent a letter i hopefully, you have it in front of you saying they're
's get another check of the markets. >>> u.s. defense officials are preparing to dispatch a ship to help destroy syria's chemical weapons. they say they plan to test their system next month. officials from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons and the united nations are overseeing the destruction of the weapons. they intend to dispose more than 1,000 tons of chemical agents by the middle of next year. they plan to transport the most hazardous substances out of the country by the end of this month to destroy them at sea. pentagon officials say two chemical processing units are being installed on the transport vessel. they say the operation to turn the stockpile into low-level hazardous waste will take up to 90 days. they say it's a proven technology and poses little danger. >>> residents of cities across northeastern japan have seen crews working to rebuild their neighborhoods, even if they complain about the pace of reconstruction. some people who live in smaller communities say they can't get the help they need. so one group of architects has stepped in to change what
nelson mandela who came upon the stage generals ofthe four the south african defense force as his guard of honor which was a symbolic moment where the power of the state was being given to this lack man. oath ofup and gave his office and recognized his jailers in the front row and it was one of the most deeply moving moments in my experience as a diplomat and soldier. i was the first secretary of state that happened to be black. we have to get beyond these labels, depending upon your gender or your color or background. i am proud of being black and proud of being an immigrant of british subjects but i want to be seen as an american and melson -- nelson mandela was able to create that image. we are not black south africans or white south africans, we are one family, one nation, when people. i hope that his image and spirit will live on for generations to come. l, a trailblazer himself, the u.s. secretary of state who is black on the man who inspired him so much. dozens of people have gathered outside nelson mandela's former home and so it oh -- in soweto. our respondent who filed this re
stories to cover tonight. massive anti-government protests breaking out in ukraine, attack on the defense ministry in yes men, thousands of fast food workers on strike
budget for. clearly not for highways, defense. or food, they did pass a bill ensuring people can fish on dams near the cumberland river and passed deep cuts in food stamps for the poor which is good solid governing because the poor don't need food stamps any more now that they can fish near dams on the cumberland river. remember, remember the old saying, give a man a fish will eat for a day. take away his food stamps, maybe he won't. (laughter) and folks, i'm excited-- i'm so excited to have others report that there's been an even bigger bipartisan achievement. >> congress is about to shell out $55 million to pay for retirement benefits for a group of chimpanzees. the 300 chimps are part of a research testing facility who are being sent to a habitat in louisiana to live out the rest of their lives. the money will be used to provide the animals with housing, food and medical care. >> stephen: that's right. the government is paying for research chimps to retire to louisiana. because not even psychologically scarred aprils want to live in floor-- airports want to live in florida. na
at 1:00 p.m. now everyone is talking about seattle's number one ranked defense and russell williams. there's also a homecoming of sorts for running back lynch. he likes to go into beast mode. lynch gained 970 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground in nine games. he scored twice in week two when seattle beat 49ers 29-3. the defense knows what they're up against. >> we know what we have with him. he's a relentless. tough, mean here we come running back. that's what we like. you know, we wouldn't have it any other way. so we're looking forward to playing with him. that's how football is supposed to be. >> rangers also go against the jets. but the hottest team, the hottest team in the afc played tonight and it wasn't denver. we'll have that >>> the hottest team in the afc right now are you ready, jacksonville. yes the jags have won four of their last five games including three in a row. suddenly jacksonville ever banked field is a cool place to hang out. everybody falling in love. getting engaged. holy cow. jags quarterback henning. ed toman a 25-yard touchdown. houston losing 11 stra
the israeli defense force has become. when will israel still secure enough so that it can make a kind of agreement so that it would ensure a two-state solution because many are arguing now that that ideal is slipping away because of demographics and other factors. >> it really is a very complicated issue. and when you ask me when will israel feel secure. you know, a statement by golda meier comes to mind when she said we will forgive you for killing our children. we will never forgive you for forcing us to kill yours. what i am trying to say to you is that israel has its hands outreaching for peace. not because there's a big love between the arabs and the jews but because it's in israel's interest. and even hawks like prime minister netanyahu understands that, took it to heart, and against many in his own party it came out and said two states for two people. now the devil is in the details but in the name of the government of israel benjamin netanyahu -- >> rose: the president of the information the former president bill clinton the former secretary of state hillary clinton and mos
? a defense department watchdog group is reopening to find out. they spent $34 million on the 64,000 square foot building despite warnings it wasn't needed. inspector general for afghanistan reconstruction said he has no choice but to restart his inquiry after defense officials did not address his initial concerns last summer. >>> the latest push in the terms of alternative energy and it is hurting the nation's most patriotic bird. diane macedo joins us now with the latest. >> it is against the law to kill a bald or golden eagle in the united states but not if you are an alternative energy company. they are moving toward finalizing a rule that would give alternative energy farms a 30 year pass for killing those protected birds. the rule extends to current five year permits that allow them to foregg for unintentionally killing the eagles which leads up to $5,000 and two years in prison. it prosecuted the first case against an energy company for a bird death. duke energy pleaded guilty and agreed to pay $1 million for killing 14 golden eagles that got stuck in the wind turbines over three yea
violence self-defense when it was the most logical and yet deeply courageous thing to do. he had done hard time in prison and he had come out on outside showing us black people could take courageous stands and sur vooifg vif being on point as leader of a great movement and thrive on the other side. even though they embraced violence at one side as self-defense could embrace peace and unity and bringing people together as also in that moment the most logical and, again, most courageous thing you could possibly did. >> i'm going to open up to my friends in new york. eugene, you were talking before the break, independent of the man himself, the legacy what ben points out, the possibility this could happen in south africa, the man would be freed. that not only could he vote he would become president of the nation. in and of itself laid the foundation for where we are in america today. >> it made a lot of things that seemed impossible possible. it was so fast. 1990 he was out. 1994 he was president, in just four years. it was kind of a lightning thing. i remember the late '80s we were working t
, admirals, south african defense force as a guard of honor. stared, my god, look at this. turning over the power of the state, the force of the state is now in the hands of the new president who happens to be black. these officers are showing their allegiance to him, their trust in him, and they will obey him as president and commander in chief. it was remarkable. to think that something like that could have happened just a few years earlier was unthinkable but it did happen. he served as president. a little like washington, george washington, he would not serve. he had another term even though pleaded with to do so. he done his peace and that was time for new leader to take over and keep the process moving forward. >> which was another key factor in the evolution of south africa. >> what an example that was to other leaders in south africa and other parts of the world. you're not supposed to hang around forever and milk it forever. if you truly believe in freedom of democracy then you have to leave at some point and just step down and go back to your private life, which is what he did
the progress. >> reporter: defense cuts would be reduced by $17 billion. democrats would get $17 billion cut in education and research programs. with $1 trillion spending program being crafted, fiscal conservatives have concerns. there's no guarantee it will pass. the senate returns to town next week. both holidays and weekends, there are only five workdays left before the end of the year in which both the house and senate will be in session together. boehner signaled the calendar is set. >> i made it clear that the house is going to leave next friday, and you all know me pretty well, i say what i mean. >> reporter: beyond the budget, two critical bills need to get past. a defense authorization measure, and a farm bill stalled for months over a food stamp dispute, which if not solved, dairy subsidies will expire and milk prices could spike. >> we must extend this insurance before the end of the year and extend it for at least a year. >> reporter: since the great recession five years ago, unemployment benefits have been extended times, totalling $226 billion. democrats feel like they have lev
secretary of defense, wonderful public servant, had served under seven presidents, when i first came in i asked him so, bob, you got nyad vice for me. he said, mr. president, just understand you got a lot of people working for you. somebody somewhere is screwing something up. that's true. [ laughter ] so i have to consistently push on every cabinet secretary on every single agency how can we do things better and we can do things better. >> john meacham what is your take on his perspective on his own administration. >> i think it's realistic. president kennedy said defeat is an orphan and victory has a thousand fathers. that's true whether it's a government agency or private institution. there's always the difficulty of pulling these things off, complex operations. but all that said, you know, he ran for the office and so you take the responsibility, and i think he's showing a little sense of humor there but i think given the scale of this particular screw up, that was -- some conversations he should have had on the front end. >> yes a little bit earlier. chris covered an awful ground. lat
that needs to be done. the majority leader knows that will be our position. do not see the defense authorization bill. i am hopeful the senate will move on that intelligence authorization. the senate has passed comprehensive immigration reform will. we are very disappointed on this side of the aisle that the senate bill has not been put on the floor. our bill or one of the four bills out of committee. it was supported by the republican party and the judiciary committee. they have not been brought to the floor. we believe immigration reform is a critically important action for the congress to take. we hope anyone of those options would be brought to the table. the senate has passed in a bipartisan way the end of discrimination in employment. we talk about jobs. we talk about economic opportunity. passed that bill. that is not on the agenda either. i noticed we do have an extension bill that has been specifically reference. we will get to a debate on that next week. we have a suspension bill we have been urging that is reported out of committee that passed by 350 votes. it simply say
of the philippines and in support of the recovery effort being waged now by usaid and the department of defense and earlier this year, i lead a bipartisan delegation with my good friend, ranking member, to the philippines to strengthen our bilateral relationship with that country. we're going do that again in the wake of these issues. but in the interim, i want to thank all the members of the committee and to say we are all filipinos during this difficult time. i look forward to hearing from our distinguished witness. >> thank you for your leadership and comment today. i would like to recognize -- >> thank you, mr. chairman. and thank you for calling this hearing and as we start to look at the issue, and a personal firsthand testimony you and others who visited the region. it's certainly one that can't help but touch your heard when you hear about people being displaced tps. whard we start talking in millions to really recognize the size of that. but it's the size of the state of oregon. if everybody in oregon were displaced, you know, it's just monumental in term of the impact. so i think in
criteria is. and the more i talk to prosecutor and defense attorneys the more they tell me in the pretrial face in plea bargaining increasingly the evidence is being used to try to plea for a lesser offense or alesser punishment. in what ways? well, the firsts most pef lent is in cases offed had. right. in death penalty cases that's where the evidence first showed up. in the sentencing face of a capital case, a criminal defendant tried to present as mitigating evidence that they should be treatedless harsh. they shouldn't get the death penalty. what is surprising if you look at the chart there are many other types on here. okay. from felon murder, child abuse, rape case, drug case, across the gamete of felony cases now, criminal defendants are coming to the courtroom and introducing evidence there genetic or brain help to explain why they behave the way that did. the blue in the front and red in the back shows you that the majority of these cases are now becoming neurological cases. it's gettic evidence. the red bar in the back is neurological evidence. what this is with a kind of claim ar
necessary to pass it. >> just before the thanksgiving break, the senate was working on the defense authorization bill. our those going? >> they thought they were going to vote in the senate. it could drag into the new year. >> with the filibuster rules changed because of the nuclear option, where judicial nominations can we expect to see? >> three nominees to the d c circuit court, one of the most powerful in the country that deals in disputes between the executive and legislative branch. , harry reid said he will bring those to the floor. quicklylikely move very in the beginning of the week for the senate. >> a congressional reporter for politico. thank you for joining us. hillary received a human rights award earlier today, an advocacy group founded by tom lantos. he was a holocaust survivor. this is about 15 minutes. [applause] my goodness. thank you. thank you very much. thank you. thek you, and first to extraordinary lantos family, this is a great honor and an havese personal leisure to tom lantos around my neck. office or onin my asking me what i was going to do about somethi
. there is no generic competition to speak of but the reality is this is a very defensive business and a growing business much as a lot of other pharmaceutical companies are. people care for their pets like they are members of the family and they will spend on them and we believe this is a growth stock and we think we can do well with it. liz: in good times and bad. or call up 175% over the past year yet use still believe that this one has some glucose left in its blood. >> oracle is incredibly cheap. if you take a look at the valuations this is a stock that has -- liz: up tea of about 11. >> cash flows are enormous, balance sheet is foreseen as tremendous amounts of cash. you will see a significant push of return of capital to shareholders in coming years and it is still growing. this is a stock that trades with the multiple for a company that is not going on and that is not the case. they will have some success in the cloud and it will be a big catalyst. liz: a little bit of a dividend, 1.9% but what gets you excited about this? >> this is a utility stock but unlike your average utility don't
're talking about $90 billion, split evenly between domestic and defense cuts being relieved from the sequester offset by some revenue and entitlement cuts elsewhere. however, there's very little long-term deficit reduction in this deal. we're talking about putting off decisions about raising taxes or cutting medicare and social security. we also have a last-minute hangup over unemployment benefits, the extension of unemployment benefits. democrats want that, republicans say they're not that serious about it, it's not clear whether or not democrats are going to put their foot down and say no deal until then. what i think we know is that there will not be a deal today. house leadership aide told me he expects early next week a deal to be announced by patty murray, the democratic chair of the budget committee in the senate. paul ryan, the republican budget committee chair in the house. then the house and senate pass it before christmas. they leave next week actually for their christmas break. so they would end the year on a positive note. it would dramatically reduce the risk of a g
to ease tensions over china's new air defenses on. we will be back as well with the opening bell. ♪ >> welcome back. it is 26 minutes after the hour. the latest on futures right before the bell today. we are seeing this rally. >> we are seeing a rally. it could be the end of five days in the s&p hundred. futures -- one percent. the better than expected november jobs report. 3000 in november. the unemployment rate falling to seven percent. we saw prices declining. as high as 2.93%. now at 2.78%. the dollar strengthened versus the yen. gold is currently down. fell initially and bounceback up a little bit and is off right now at 12:30. we are on the markets once again in 30 minutes. >> thank you. stock investors poised to respond to this morning's report. i want to bring in mohammed, the chief executive and co-cio at pimco, the near $2 trillion fund manager. also our economics editor, pouring through the report. mohammed, first off, we have had several guest and commentaries saying this report makes it a 50-50 chance the fed moves on this monetary policy month. are you in that sam
of the seats the kind of good and that the heart of yemen's so security and the defense ministry. i think the biggest target date they just wanted to target anyone at the base made a call this bath soldiers hijacking to meet a man altogether the airline security in which ocean bridge he's in full the uk tend to terrorism intelligence officer for his still some groups of this moment. it does seem to have a . all the time i q ap al qaeda in european commission to someday have studied the permit to carry out such while courting ninety six the town and very successful attacks from that perspective but also of course have a continuing our own gary motivation. largely at the behest of the us issued the threat of work are going to be scarce. in. new road to the yemeni government has cut outs from rapid city in conventional terms of the successful campaign the offensive against al qaeda al qaeda is to claim the funds to the province's if yemen. the response to golf course is quite predictable when i am al qaeda. of course or if your keys in the story if you like the commitment of forces whereas
opinion do you think it would be wise for the government to move $80 million into the defense budget from the human and health budgets and for hud to build houses around the country. in your opinion do you think that is a wise move? >> mr. chairman, supervisor in my opinion there are a lot of things in the federal government i would like to look at but i don't want to make a decision at this point. >> it's a small part of the federal budget and we can request that. >> mr. rose are you saying it's a matter for that? >> maybe the federal government needs a budget analyst. >> i don't disagree. colleagues any other questions? at this point we will open it up for public comment. anyone wish to comment on item four? >> supervisors my name is douglas schaaf and i noted for the record the amount is listed and as i say what's a million here and a million there? it only matters if you're an actual taxpayer. it was noted it was previously granted through years 81 through 90. i notice nobody said how much money is involved there so i think that should be clarified. let's put it this way. if w
the building because it accommodates drone control rooms at american experts. yemen's defense minister was not there at the time but here in washington for talks. 52 people died and more than 160 others wounded in this coordinated attack that started with a booby trapped car exploding at an entrance gate. gunmen then staged a fierce battle with security forces. >>> that's the latest now from the live desk. i'm molette green. back to you now. >>> 4:45 is your time. two of nelson mandela's daughters learned of their father's death while at a movie premiere. they insisted to allow the movie to finish before telling the awed wrens. the audience held a moment of silence. that included the duke and duchess of cambridge. >> ex teamly sad and tragic news. we're just reminded what an extraordinary and inspiring man mr. mandela was. >> david cameron said he was a hero of our time. >>> no one claiming responsibility yet for killing an american teacher in libya. someone shot and killed ronnie smith as he was jogging near the american consulate in benghazi. smith taught chemistry at an internationa
cyclical groups, the telecomes, health care, defensive groups. we're up right across the board, folks. it's been a very strong rally right at the open but not strong inform a mr. one guy said it threads the needle perfectly. people putting together a list of what the skmik news looks like this week. here's a look for the bulls, gdp numbers very strong overall. auto sales, over 16 million, the highest in six years here. october home sales were the highest since june 2008. highest in manufacturing, highest in two and a half years and cyber sales were up 20% on monday. >> we talked about the lower, disappointing numbers this week. earlier home sales reports were disappointing. retail reports have been generally disappointing this week. it's not unequivocal. if you throw in a budget deal, you can make the argument that the more defensive names have been the lagard group so far on the month. the market is suggesting there is that this rily is so strong at the hope that there's not a lot of ep side room right now. and you trickle down throughout the day and end up only 20 points. i'm not saying
't and you saw that it was in accurately being portrayed? >> his defense on this is plausible deniablity. once again it speaks to character again. and it makes me wonder about other political hot potatoes. >> why would he not admit that he knew him? >> he was never asked. you jump on something like this which gives you less credibility when there are other issues that matter. >> if you criticize him for every little minor thing. >> you know how to criticize each other i know that but you are still friends. >> in the meantime we are tracking a dangerous storm now moving across the country. plus, his most recent adventure propelling down a tall building this morning. bad dog you won't believe what this pooch is about to do. >> also are you planning on getting the man in your life eye cream? >> billions. we want to hear from you. what do you think about the booming male booming industry. tweet me or e-mail us. we'll read your comments at the end of the show. go shave. [ male announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives one a day men's 50+ is a complete mul
emotional obama some bio defense typical of the white house on the first official eye of the parties' season which was attended by members of the us military on the families. i was asked during this time that every american. find a way to honor these great americans not just during the holidays but every day. every day. and let us never forget the debt that we owe these men and women and their amazing families he takes two presidential mansion post writes top two costume with christmas decorations with every rain failed to pass the deck right to trees and seasonal olam entice them into the obama family dogs coming sunday miller retiring months has in many of the decorations as the newest additions to the family that don't slide that come with the text effects on mundine jumped on the policy guests the scandal ridden trying to hear his back and my lights was having raced from police wiretaps which suggests he could trying to mayor rob ford may have offered five thousand he dies in a car to suspected turned in a spirit to buy a video that allegedly shows he's a crack cocaine the contents of th
of tidal surges. there were fears that flood defenses would not contain the held up. >> there is that combination of the investment in infrastructure, and then giving people warnings ahead of time. evacuationed coordinated by the police and local authorities. that team work has made all of the difference. ar part of the coast hasis escaped the worst of the surge, but it's not completely out of trouble yet. there is a surge expected again on friday night, and it could cause some limited damage in the area. this was the worst surge the eastern coast had experienced in 60 years. such incidence are rare in this region, but it's low enough to make many living here consider this home. >>> ukraine's president has arrived in russia for talks with vladimir putin. the pair have been discussing how to lay the foundations of a new strategic partnership. but once again people are on the streets of kiev. let's cross live to kiev and speak to our correspondent, tim friend. tim the people demonstrating there want the ukraine to have closer ties with europe rather than russia, so the
with the chinese president. he wants to discuss tensions over an air defense zone in the east china sea. japan has its own zones to protect its claim to strategicically important islands. the port of hamburg has listen closed as german and danish residents cope with a strong north sea storm. london also closed the gates it is a storm passed through the british islands. 100,000 are without power. well wishers are mourning the death of nelson mandela. he died yesterday at 95. david cameron spoke about the freedom fighter late last night. >> one of the brightest lights in our world has gone out. nelson mandela was not just a hero of our time, but a hero of all time. >> well, nelson mandela served for five years as south africa's first black president after his african national congress party helped end apartheid in 1994. here is a look at his legacy. >> a free man taking his first steps into a new south africa. >> from prisoner to president. nelson mandela's 1990 release from jail signaled the end of apartheid. he would go on to become the country's first truly democratically elected leader. >> i nel
the russians have a defensive interest and if there is an explosion in the middle east, it will spread throughout the region and that money may involve saying goodbye, but it could unite the muslims in russia. another interest is to restore some of russia's influence which several decades ago was much larger. and i think russia wants to keep a foot in it and they are not prepared to expel america from the middle east in a dramatic effort, because they can't do to the expectations. so we have russia playing a game in which some games are possible. and this includes engaging russia in the top level of decision-making. >> how do you see a? do you see greater russian engagement than a decade ago? if so, to what end? >> i see greater russian engagement than a year ago. and he is the prime minister of turkey, the prime minister of israel, the chief of saudi intelligence, russian foreign and defense ministry and we are talking to plus two talks and that is incredible in context. and in the paradox is is that it's not being by moscow and the position taken on syria and this includes a willingn
historic legislation appropriately known as the lady law that prohibits the department of defense from providing military aid to a foreign military enforces setting gauge its human-rights a and he'd never stops leaving gandhi issued to our mission with said chief sponsor of the act to eliminate useless hurdles for persecuting refugees to receiving a safe haven will also t. buckley senator leahy to fight counterterrorism problems problems, policies that respect human rights. id 2009 he called for the creation of the independent commission to investigate our own government's use of torture in the post 9/11 era. unfortunately that has not come to pass yet. senator leahy has a strong record of success because he is a turret blown dash determined pragmatist and a the lists less interested in making a statement and making change. and working with republicans on human rights for example, him and senator rubio are in the process to try to get the reauthorization of the trafficking victims' protection act. want to close by sharing a little secret patrick leahy is now one disserving u.s. senator
of an air defense identification zone over the east china sea. he says the white house has legitimized the beijing attempt to subvert international aerospace while at the same time attempting, seemingly, to condemn such a move. joining us is congressman randy forbes, a member of the house judiciary and arms services committee. good to have you with us. let me turn, first, to whatever the achievement as a result of vice president biden isomacy. has there been any progress you are aware of? >> we spend a lot of time talking to our allies out there. we have several ambassadors. one of the things that we here below the radar so many times is that this administration has just not been very good at making clear their foreign policy actually is. this is a perfect example where they have conflicting reports that confuse, oftentimes, our allies. when you come to foreign policy the most important thing you can do is have complete clarity. lou: administered by japan, as you certainly know well, for decades. and it is disputed territory in the sense that there are rich natural resources offshore.
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